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Definition of "diverging" [di•ver•ging]

  • Present participle of diverge. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "diverging" in a sentence
  • "Because the rules of the game for everything from business success to parenting to interpersonal relationships seem to be changing (and are indeed diverging from the this-is-the-way-it's-done models of only 10 or 12 years ago), we need to come up with creative strategies, ideas, and products if we want to survive -- and, more importantly, if we want to help shape the world around us."
  • "And the "few" viable pathways diverging from the first dinosaur includes stegosaurus and tyrannosaurus."
  • "Heath: America is diverging from the mainstream trajectory of development of other Western industrial democracies."